Single course students


 

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Foto: Bjarke MacCarthy
 

SINGLE COURSE STUDENTS

As a single course student you must pay a tuition fee for the courses.

WHICH ELECTIVES CAN I APPLY FOR?
You can see the offered courses here.
The curriculum for Spring courses will be available late September. The curriculum for Autumn courses will be available in March.
You can apply for electives which are not marked as either NOT ESTABLISHED or CLOSED FOR FURTHER ENROLMENT.

TIME SCHEDULE:
Time schedules will be available here when the application portal opens. You will not be able to see the schedules for mandatory courses offered as electives before you are enrolled.

DO I HAVE TO MEET CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS?
- You do not have to be a student or meet certain requirements to buy an elective as a single course student.
The academic requirements for participation in single courses correspond to the entry requirements of the programme in question or similar academic prerequisites, and the teaching activities are planned accordingly. CBS does not assess whether a student meets the requirements and/or whether the individual participant is able to follow the course when enrolling single course students. This is the responsibility of the student. If the student is not able to follow the course, the tuition fee will not be refunded.
- Students enrolled in a full-time programme cannot register for a single course that is part of this programme (electives offered by the programme are also considered part of the programme).

- If you are not an EU/EEA-citizen, you will have to pay a tuition fee of 10,500 DKK for a bachelor course and 14,250 DKK for a master course.

If you have one of the following residence permits, you have the same rights as an EU/EEA citizen/a citizen of another Nordic country (Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Greeland, the Faroe Islands):

  • "Permanent opholdstilladelse" - permanent residence permit in Denmark
  • "Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold" - residence permit with a view to permanent residence in Denmark
  • "Opholdstilladelse jævnfør EU-opholdsbekendtgørelsen" - residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations
  • "Opholdstilladelse som medfølgende barn" - residence in Denmark as acoompanying child (the documentation must state that you are "medfølgende barn" - the text "medfølgende familie" is not sufficient)

HOW DO I PAY?
You pay online and you will receive instructions with your welcoming letter.

HOW ARE THE ELECTIVES DISTRIBUTED?
There is a limited number of places for some electives. Therefore, we cannot guarantee you a place in the courses you have applied for. If there are more applicants than there are places, we distribute the available places by drawing lots.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I DON´T PAY?
The vacant places in CBS’s electives are offered in accordance with the order of part-time education. This means that you pay for a part of the expenses for teaching and exams. Please note that you will be de-registered from your electives without further notice, if you do not pay before the deadline of payment stated in electronic invoice. You should also note that refund of tuition fee is not possible, unless the circumstances are extraordinary such as cases of severe illness.

WHAT IS THE PRICE OF A BACHELOR COURSE?
An undergraduate course (7.5 ECTS) costs DKK 4,125 equivalent to DKK 550 per ECTS.  A BA-IT course (7.5 ECTS) costs DKK 5,250 - equivalent to DKK 700 per ECTS. The prices are the same regardless of the examination form.

NB: please see prices in section 4) if you are a non-EU/EEA citizen.

WHAT IS THE PRICE OF AT GRADUATE COURSE?
A graduate course (7.5 ECTS) costs DKK 4,125  equivalent to DKK 550 per ECTS. A Cand.merc. it course (7.5 ECTS) costs DKK 5,250 - equivalent to DKK 700 per ECTS. The prices are the same regardless of the examination form.

NB: please see prices in section 4) if you are a non-EU/EEA citizen.

HOW MANY TIMES CAN I TAKE THE EXAM?

As a single course student you have only access to one ordinary and one retake exam, and it must be within the academic year you enroll in the course. That means that for the fee paid, you have a maximum of two attempts in total to pass the exam

WILL I RECEIVE A DIPLOMA?
As a single course student you will receive a diploma for the exams you have passed, but cannot attain a diploma for a Bachelor or Master´s degree through successive enrollment.